Sharyland works out interconnect for 498-MW Goodnight Wind project

Sharyland Utilities LP on Aug, 15 filed with the Public Utility Commission of Texas a Generation Interconnection Agreement with Goodnight Wind Energy Project LLC for the 498-MW Goodnight Phase I Wind Project.

The project’s Point of Interconnection will be located in Armstrong County, Texas, in Sharyland’s new 345 kV ALI-TUL mid-point station located approximately 16.5 miles south of the Alibates station and 40.4 miles north of Tule Canyon, along the Alibates-to-Tule Canyon line.

The project will consist of about 249 turbines rated at 2 MW each for a total of 498 MW. These are the Vestas V110-2.0 Wind Turbine Generator.

The project’s scheduled commercial operation date is March 28, 2018.

Project contact information is: Goodnight Wind Energy Project LLC c/o Tri Global Energy LLC, Attn: President, 17300 Dallas Parkway, Suite 2020, Dallas, Texas 75248, 24 Hour Telephone (972) 290-0825,

Said the company’s website: “Tri Global Energy is a leading renewable energy developer drawing on the natural, renewable resources of the wind and the sun to successfully address the growing demand for clean and sustainable energy. Tri Global Energy is the leading utility-scale developer responsible for nearly one quarter of all wind energy projects currently under construction in Texas, the nation’s leader in wind capacity. Recently, Tri Global Energy has emerged as a solar energy developer and provider, increasing our company’s renewable energy capacity.” The Goodnight project is listed on the company website.

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